Prince George PCSC Program Team
Dr. Stacy Miller, BSc, MD, FRPC
Site Specialist Lead
Dr. Miller is a Radiation Oncologist and the Regional Medical Director at the BC Cancer- Prince George. She is originally from the west coast and moved to Prince George for the opening of the Centre in 2012. She trained at the University of British Columbia with residency at the BC Cancer Agency in Vancouver and subsequently spent a year in Sidney, Australia for fellowship training in Prostate Cancer, specifically Prostate Brachytherapy.
Clinically, Dr. Miller is involved in the treatment of several types of cancer with a special interest in Prostate and other genitourinary cancers. She is very excited to be able to be part of the team bringing the Prostate Cancer Supportive Care Program to the North.
Brittany Schultz, BScN
Brittany Schultz, RN, is the nurse coordinator for the PCSC Program. She has a BScN degree from UNBC. Brittany has worked at the BC Cancer – Prince George for the past 4 years, with experience working in the Chemotherapy unit as well as Pain and Symptom Management and Palliative care. Brittany has completed her Sexual Rehabilitation training at BCIT.
Most recently she developed leadership skills in her role as the Clinical Nurse Leader. Brittany also helped implement a Formalized Care Coordination program at Centre for the North, to support patients with complex needs. Brittany is excited to implement the PCSC program in Prince George, and utilize her oncology experience to support patients and their families and improve their quality of life.
Olivia Jebbink, RD
Olivia completed an honors degree in Biomedical Sciences at the Universities of Manitoba and Waterloo. She then decided to study nutrition at the University of Saskatchewan, completing her work terms across the northern parts of Manitoba and Alberta. She has been working as a dietitian in Prince George since 2015. Olivia looks forward to expanding her role at BC Cancer. She is excited to provide quality care to patients and families in the prostate cancer program. She hopes to help patients prevent recurrence and gain control over their symptoms.
Heather Brule, MPT
Heather has recently joined the Prince George PCSC Program as a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist. Previously living on BC’s northwest coast, she returned to northern British Columbia after completing her Master of Physical Therapy at University of Saskatchewan. She has been working as a physiotherapist within the Rehab Unit at the University Hospital Northern British Columbia (UHNBC) since 2018 and has completed her Pelvic Floor Training (Male and Female Incontinence) earlier this year. Heather is excited to help implement the Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy module as a part of the PCSC Program in Prince George, as it means new programs and resources are available for northern residents. She is eager to bring her physiotherapy skills to the program to help improve patients’ quality of life.
Leslie Warner, RCC
Registered Clinical Counsellor
Leslie Warner is a counsellor with Patient and Family Counselling at BC Cancer, Prince George. She has a Masters of Education in Counselling and is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and Canadian Certified Counsellor. Leslie has worked at BC Cancer, Prince George since 2016. She has completed training in couples and family therapy, and has taken a specialized course in Sexual Health and Cancer Counselling through the DeSouza Institute. In addition to her therapeutic skills, Leslie has developed expertise navigating practical concerns specific to many cancer patients in Northern BC, including travelling for treatment, and navigating changes in employment and income. Leslie is pleased to bring her skill set to prostate patients in the north as part of the Prostate Cancer Supportive Care Program.
Chelsea Fowlow, BKin, BCAK, CSEP-CEP
Clinical Exercise Physiologist
Chelsea Fowlow, CSEP-CEP, is the Clinical Exercise Physiologist. She completed a degree of kinesiology at Acadia University in Nova Scotia and completed a post-grad diploma in Exercise Science for Health and Performance at Niagara College in Ontario.
Chelsea is originally from Newfoundland and moved to Prince George in 2019 and is the head kinesiologist at Phoenix Physiotherapy. Chelsea is excited to start sharing her knowledge of exercise to help improve patients’ quality of life here in the North.